7 Lessons Learned at Copywriting Academy Live

On today's show, we will take a one week break from our Five Phases Series and talk about the 7 lessons we learned at Copywriting Academy Live!

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Therefore be imitators of God as dear children. And walk in love, as Christ also has loved us and given Himself for us, an offering and a sacrifice to God for a sweet-smelling aroma.” (Ephesians 5:1-2)

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Feature Segment: 7 Lessons Learned at Copywriting Academy Live

  1. Live events are expensive, risky, and time-consuming … but worth it.
  2. Teamwork makes the dream work.
  3. No plan survives contact with reality.
  4. Adapting to the needs of your customers and clients is paramount.
  5. Don’t pretend you have everything figured out – everybody else knows that’s not true.
  6. Trust your team, your audience, your gut… and God.
  7. Nothing builds community like bread, love, and laughter

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  • Oh my goodness! This podcast is beyond timely. I travel and lead a conference on relationships. In the past I am invited and hosted by others. In the last few years my invitations are outside of the USA. This means my hosts write the copy, market the conference etc.

    I do the easy part, I just show up!

    Currently I am in the middle of setting up our first larger conference in the USA. The conference will be held in 2017 in a conference center in a large city near the ocean. After listening to this podcast I am feeling normal. There is so much to plan, decisions to be made and choosing the right team for our conference.

    I located this page on the Ani Alexander podcast. (podcast- How to write a copy that sells.) I am a writer,and conference leader who writes her own material. I am weak in the area of writing copy.

    The Pastor format is wonderful! This points me in the direction of where to begin!

    Thank you for giving us an inside look of the recent conference! I definitely am trusting God to assist us through our planning.